5 Essential Ebook Deals for Church Leaders – 21 March 2019

March 21, 2019 — Leave a comment

 

Here are 5 essential ebooks on sale now that are worth checking out:
( Joan Chittister, Samuel Wells, John Fea, MORE )

 
Each week, we carefully curate a handful of books for church leaders that orient us toward the health and the flourishing of our congregations.

#1:
Wisdom Distilled from the Daily: Living the Rule of St. Benedict Today 

Joan Chittister

*** $1.99 ***

“An invitation to spirituality for those who don’t think they are ‘spiritual,” … but far more than an invitation, a lengthy wisdom-filled conversation.”
– Eugene Peterson
 

 

#2:
Incarnational Ministry: Being with the Church

Samuel Wells

*** $2.99 ***

“Sam Wells, one of the finest priest-theologians of our time, weaves together deep theology with the practical heart and skill of a pastor. This book is a must-read and a challenge for all who want to grow in their understanding and practice of being Christians together, following the God who chose to journey with us in Jesus.”
– Justin Welby, Archibishop of Canterbury
 






#3:
The Cry of Tamar: Violence against Women and the Church’s Response 

Pamela Cooper-White

*** $4.99 ***

In this comprehensive, practical, and gripping assessment of various forms of violence against women, Pamela Cooper-White challenges the Christian churches to examine their own responses to the cry of Tamar in our time.
 

#4:
Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? Revised Edition: A Historical Introduction

John Fea

*** $3.99 ***

“Should be the last word for all who would claim America as a Christian nation. . . . Deserves to be widely read.”
– Stanley Hauerwas

 

#5:
Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?: Larry Norman and the Perils of Christian Rock 

Gregory Thornbury

*** $4.99***

“Norman, who died in relative obscurity, in 2008, has often been viewed as a tragic figure: a gifted and quirky musician who inspired a generation while alienating his peers and, at times, his fans. In Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?, the first biography of Norman, Gregory Alan Thornbury tells a more triumphant story, portraying Norman as a genius and a prophet, clear-eyed in his criticism of what he sometimes called ‘the apostate church.'”
The New Yorker
 
 
These deals are limited time offers, and may return to full price without notice. Prices and availability may vary outside the United States.

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